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Assessing Online and Offline Tech-Integrations

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Does your firm website integrate with social media and your practice management system?

How long has it been since you reviewed user agreements, third-party apps, permissions, privacy settings, products, devices and services?

The recent Facebook data breach is an excellent reminder for law firms to evaluate not only where digital traffic is going but also where the data might end up. For information on how to secure your privacy via social mediathird-party apps and more visit the Identity Theft Resource Center or StaySafeOnline. Also, check out the security resources via the Practice Management Assistance Program.

Contact pmap@scbar.org for assistance.

Three Quick Tips on How to Reduce Spam Telemarketing

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Are you the victim of annoying telemarketing, spam or robotic phone calls?

Did you know that there are several ways to reduce spam calls?

First, add your phone number to the national “Do Not Call” registry. Educate your firm on frequent fraud such as the “Not Your Neighbor Calling” scam.

For mobile phones, consider using caller id and call blocking apps in the Apple or Google Play stores such as HiyaMr. Number and RoboKiller.

Also, research your phone and carrier settings to see if any built-in call-blocking options are available.

For additional ideas on how to block unwanted calls, click here. Contact pmap@scbar.org with questions.

How to Text through Email

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Many clients are preferring to text with lawyers, but is texting a good idea?

How will you keep a record of your communications with the client? One alternative is to text using email. You can send a text message through email if you know your client’s phone carrier. Texts sent via email are easier to track and store in your firm’s case management system.

For a full explanation of how to text through email, check out this article from inPractice.

For questions about using email and texts with clients, email Courtney Troutman at pmap@scbar.org.